On Wednesday, December 27, 2017 a fire broke out at the Grigs Farm Apartment Complex in Princeton, New Jersey
Firefighters battled the two-alarm fire that spread through the roof of the three-story apartment building on Billie Ellis Lane. The fire started around 9 p.m. Wednesday evening.
The American Red Cross and Princeton Human Services continue to assist the displaced residents.
The apartment complex, which provides affordable housing, is owned by the nonprofit Princeton Community Housing.
The cause of the fire has not been determined yet and the investigation is ongoing.
Fire companies from Princeton Fire Department, Lawrence Fire Department, Lawrence Road Fire Department, Princeton Plasma Physics Fire Department, Kingston Fire Department, Princeton Junction Fire Department, Hopewell Township Fire Department, Montgomery Fire Department and Plainsboro Fire Department are on scene along with Princeton Police, Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, Signal 22 Canteen and Capital Health System Paramedics.
A 73-year-old Princeton woman died in a fire at the Griggs Farm complex on Wednesday night and 35 others were displaced, police said.
We are hoping to make things a little better for those who lost everything.
Send Hunger Packing Princeton is a charitable organization located in Princeton, NJ whose mission is to assist those in our community who from time to time experience food insecurity.
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